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Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer

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This Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer with digital display gives exact RPM with on guessing or errors. The last value/min value will be automatically stored in memory and can be displayed by turn anytime.Measures the rotational...
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Specifications:


  • The Digital Laser Photo Tachometer comes with large LCD displaying
  • Wide measuring range & high resolution
  • Digital display gives exact RPM with on guessing or errors
  • The last value/min value will be automatically stored in memory and can be displayed by turn anytime
  • The housing has been carefully shaped to fit comfortably in either hand
  • Digital Laser Photo Tachometer is used for measures the rotational speed with a visible red light beam from a powerful LED
  • High intensity class II laser measures from 2.5 - 99,999 RPM
  • Extra large 5-digit LCD display, high accuracy of +/- 0.05%
  • Auto zero adjustment, stores last, minimum, and maximum readings
  • Display: 5 digits, 18mm / 0.7in LCD, with function annunciation
  • Teat Range: 2.5 to 99,999 RPM (r/min)
  • Resolution: 0.1 RPM (2.5 to 999.9 RPM); 1RPM (over 1,000 RPM)
  • Accuracy: +/- (0.05%+1 digit)
  • Sampling Time: 0.8 sec. (over 60 RPM)
  • Test Range Select: Automatic
  • Memory: Last value, Max. Value, Min. Value
  • Detecting Distance: 50 to 200mm/2 to 10 inch
  • Time Base: Quartz crystal
  • Circuit: Exclusive one-chip of microcomputer LSI circuit
  • Power Supply: 6F22 9V
  • Size: 131 x 70 x 29mm / 5.2 x 2.8 x 1.1in (L x W x H)

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Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer


  • The last value/min value will be automatically stored in memory and can be displayed by turn anytime

Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer
Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer


  • Digital Laser Photo Tachometer is used for measures the rotational speed with a visible red light beam from a powerful LED

Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer


Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer


  • Wide measuring range & high resolution
  • Digital display gives exact RPM with on guessing or errors

Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer


What Are Digital Tachometers Used For?

Unisc Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer

Tachometer measures how quickly something spins. You can find tachometers in engines for trains, planes, buses, cars, trucks and tractors. Standard tachometers measure revolutions of an object by attaching a sensor or using magnets to test the speed.


Going Digital


  • Digital tachometers can use a pulse that senses the revolutions of the object, resulting in a number you see in a digital readout. Digital tachometers can also use optical sensors like a laser or reflective tape to measure rotations of an object.

Riding in the Car


  • You are probably familiar with the tachometer in your car, which measures the number of revolutions per minute (rpm) that your engine's drive shaft spins. Digital models allow you to see the rpm history for a car to help you fine-tune the car's performance.

Big and Small


  • Digital tachometers come in different sizes and prices. Some are contact-less while others have connectors. You can find micro digital tachometers for use on model planes or harvester tachometers that are much larger.

Sailing the Seven Seas


  • You can use a digital tachometer to counts the revolutions of a ship's propeller so you can calculate the speed your ship is traveling. For your measurement, you need to figure in the weight of the ship's cargo, weather and any barnacles or other objects that could slow the speed.

Flying through the Clouds


  • On an airplane, you can use a digital tachometer like Horizon Instruments' P-1000. Like many standard tachometers, this digital model uses warning indicators to let you know when the engine's revolutions are malfunctioning.

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  • 1 x Digital Laser Photo Tachometer Non Contact Rpm Measurer